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Harvard Studies in East Asian Law 4

Contemporary Chinese Law

Research Problems and Perspectives

Edited by Jerome Alan Cohen

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674594838

Publication Date: 01/01/1970

380 pages

11 tables

Harvard Studies in East Asian Law

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The ’first word on the subject’... Professor Cohen is to be congratulated on the production of this pioneering effort... this book represents the first comprehensive attempt to introduce the peculiar nature of the research problems involved.Hong Kong Law Journal

This excellent collection of studies deals with both the substance of the legal system of Communist China and the problems of its study... an excellent introduction to Chinese legal history.American Journal of Comparative Law

The essays are basic documents essential to the future studies of contemporary Chinese Law.Journal of Politics

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